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18 December 2020

In this recurring column, we highlight a few items we've run across that don't merit a full story of their own but are interesting enough to bring to your attention. This time we look at Forest McMullin, New York streets, Andi Schmied, Steve Heiner, QImage and an M1 boot issue.

  • W. Scott Olsen reviews Forest McMullin's Late Harvest, which focuses on the American South with a fresh perspective. The $60 hardback from RIT Press is 112 pages and will be published on the first of the year. Some rare treats.
  • In Streets Ahead, Elena Goodinson presents images of New York taken by the names you know from 1935 to 1965 that represent " a revolutionary new style of photography."
  • In This Artist Posed as a Hungarian Billionaire, Christopher Bonanos talks to Andi Schmied about her book showcasing the views of 25 of Manhattan's most luxurious private residential skyscrapers. She persuaded real estate agents she was an "artsy Central European billionaire" with a film camera.
  • In Nikon's Evolution From Film to Mirrorless, Roger Cicala talks to Steve Heiner about working at Nikon for 35 years, his favorite Nikkors and how Nikon is getting into video.
  • Oliver Ritter-Wolff reviews QImage Software for Printing on macOS.
  • Howard Oakley raises an ominous question about Apple's latest platform. "Is It Not Possible to Boot an M1 Mac From an External Disk?" he asks. No, it's not.

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